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Summer flowers

The brighter the sun, the more flowers grow, and we’re happy that so many flowers are available again. One flower even more beautiful than the next. Besides the undisputed queen of summer, the sunflower, there are lots of other flowers that trigger that same happy summer feeling.

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Ode to peonies

From tattoos to paintings and even alternative medicine, peonies are loved in every corner of the world. With her delicate, pale petals, the flower is a perfect match with the current vintage trends. Time to get to know this piece of floral art!

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Colourful, small but mighty: the Germini

It’s the Gerbera’s little sister: a bright, colourful and well-loved flower. The Germini has the same happy vibes as the Gerbera, and is easy to incorporate in bouquets thanks to its subtle size. Or use the flower on its own in a small vase, this beauty has enough personality to attract attention all by herself!

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Designing with cut foliage

Some leaves are true works of art. Like a monstera leaf, Calathea, happy Asparagus or tropical palm leaf. In a bouquet, green leaves make the flowers pop. But they can also take centre stage, combined with other leaves or as styling or accessories for an event or just a regular Thursday. Designing with cut foliage is always a good idea.

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Eco-love: falling for dried flowers

Sustainable, creative flowers that last for months. Purely nature, without any interference from technology. How, you ask? It’s simple. Dry dry dry! Dried flowers have been making a comeback for a while, and are well on their way to conquering both the plant and the design world. Wild flowers, with natural packaging and creative arrangements. A piece of nature art for everyone. We’re falling for dried flowers!

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Highlight

Every week, we highlight a few relevant products. This week: Allium. Browse the collection here.

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Busy with berries

As part of a floral arrangement, bouquet, decorations, or flying solo in a vase. You can find a suitable berry for every event or season. Some berries have shapes and colours you can hardly find anywhere else in nature, giving your arrangements that unique something extra.

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Bouquet with dried base

Sofie Danielson created three arrangements with natural materials, in line with the ‘Earth Matters’ theme. Want to make one yourself? Follow her process step by step.

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Autumn hydrangeas

Lush cut hydrangeas in antique and dark colours make for a perfect match with the autumn vibes. The hydrangea is the ideal base flower for a bouquet, but also looks gorgeous as a single flower in a vase. It’s a tough flower that will provide your customers with plenty of flower fun.

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Summer flowers

The brighter the sun, the more flowers grow, and we’re happy that so many flowers are available again. One flower even more beautiful than the next. Besides the undisputed queen of summer, the sunflower, there are lots of other flowers that trigger that same happy summer feeling.

Read more